Viewsonic VS14406 is an upcoming tablet from Viewsonic. The tablet is said to get usual operating system Windows and Android, and recently visited FCC.
Viewsonic VS14406 unveiled a little bit f its specification during its visit to FCC. What shown to us is a WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity for the dual OS slate. An Intel Atom Oak Trail processor is powering Viewsonic VS14406 which has a 7″ screen display. That much only what we got from FCC now, without any hints of release date, pricing, or even the carrier it goes to. It seems we have to wait until another details or leaks emerged of the 7″ tablet.
As how the Viewsonic VS14406 tablet be able to run Windows and Android and even let users switch between them, it’s because of the OSSwitcher application that developed by the company. This is something new, and even though seems impossible, we can just think that if Windows and Linux can run in the same device, then why not with Android? But before our expectation getting too high, we better see how the Viewsonic VS14406′s dual OS running first, right?